Police to brief Nigerians on dancer Picture Kodak’s death


Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Police Force on Thursday said it would brief Nigerians on the outcome of its Investigation into the mysterious death of dancer and video vixen, Miss Love Divine aka Picture Kodak, on April 29, 2020.

The popular vixen was at the home cum studio of music and video producer, Clarence Peters, in Omole for a recording session when she was electrocuted as she tried to charge her phone.

Police arrested Clarence and some of his associates and detained them at the State Criminal Investigation Department in Panti, Yaba for questioning.

The police also promised to conduct an autopsy on the dancer’s corpse to determine the real cause of her death.

On Wednesday, the suspects were granted bail and released to Clarence’s father, popular Juju musician, Sir Shina Peters.

When Metrostarng contacted the spokesman for the state command, DSP Bala Elkanah, for comments, he said: “They were granted administrative bail while investigating is ongoing.

“Members of the public will be updated on the outcome of the investigation as soon as investigation is concluded. ”

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